A new Google Qubit game lets you click into the fascinating world of quantum computing directly from a web browser, and it’s completely free to play. Developed by the teams at Doublespeak Games and Google Quantum AI, players can build a quantum computer, one qubit at a time, and then earn points by solving the same challenges that real world engineers face. Whether it be blocking cosmic rays or keeping qubits cool, you’ll find them in this game. Read more for a short video and a link to try it out yourself.
The Qubit Game was released on April 14th in celebration of World Quantum Day, which aims to promote the understanding of quantum science and technology around the world. For those interested, the game has players protecting and collecting qubits, eventually leading to a supercomputer. Best of all, it requires no knowledge of the quantum field or even mathematics and science. Try it out here. Now creating a 3D map of the universe may take a different kind of supercomputer.
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It is a decentralized and bottom-up initiative, inviting all quantum scientists, engineers, educators, communicators, entrepreneurs, technologists, historians, philosophers, artists, and their organizations, to organize their own activities, such as outreach talks, exhibitions, lab tours, panel discussions, interviews, etc., to celebrate the World Quantum Day around the World,” said Rafaela, Editor for World Quantum Day.